As the so-called “Super Committee” finds itself at a loss to identify
$1.2 trillion in cuts to federal spending over the next decade, the
Washington Examiner’s Philip Klein asks whether it’s even possible for
Congress to actually cut spending. In theory, he suggests it is
possible – albeit highly unlikely. In reality? Fuhgettaboutit.
And even if the Super Committee could come up with it’s targeted $1.2
trillion in cuts over the next ten years, take a look at this chart and see if you think it would make any difference
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